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I had the pleasure recently of interviewing Bill Liao, an Australian entrepreneur, investor and philanthropist based in Ireland.
Bill is co-founder of Coderdojo, co-founder of Xing.com, founder of WeForest.org and venture partner with SOS Ventures
With the announcement that Facebook (FB) are launching an app store, it has become vividly apparent, in my opinion, that […]
Crowd funding is a game-changer for entrepreneurs the cash-strapped world over. It could be the difference between failure and success for your start-up idea. In the last two years I’ve had considerable exposure to the world of crowdfunding and have been lucky to meet a number of crowd-funding CEO’s and experts.
Google has now unveiled their newest offering, which they’re calling “Search, plus Your World”. This is basically the result of their Social Search experiment with some new features. The nuts and bolts of the idea is that by offering “social” search results as well as the regular results
Social Media has taken the world by storm but many business owners still fear the consequences of opening their business up. What do people fear the most about social media?
I want to put it on record that yes, many businesses can absolutely afford not to “do” social media. In fact, I would go so far as to say that for some businesses, engagement in social media is actually damaging.
I’ve considered for a while that the average LinkedIn user is the least sophisticated when compared with users of other social media, why might this be the case?
Twitter Feed, an automated RSS-to-Twitter service that saves you the painstakingly boring and time-consuming task of manually Tweeting your latest posts or other content entries
Many businesses are a little behind when it comes to doing business online, particularly small businesses. Their reluctance is often due to high cost and the fact that they cannot see a huge return on investment. This is not helped by some companies charging exorbitant fees or not being clear about what people are actually getting for their money.